United Way Worldwide CEO Gallagher resigns amid turmoil
Brian A. Gallagher, who has led United Way Worldwide, the world’s largest privately funded nonprofit since 2009, abruptly announced his resignation Tuesday amid claims that the charity mishandled internal allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination.
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Maybe Brian can donate a large part of his $1.5 million yearly compensation, plus the $1 million package for his resignation, to ease the great suffering of the general publc during this difficult times. It pains me to realize how much of my tax goes to his 40 years service through govrrnment funding and grants to United Way, yet people in my community are doing worse year after year.